Materials in the Donna Barr Papers document the professional career and creative process of Donna Barr. The collection includes a variety of document types
including correspondence, original artwork, and research materials. A large part of the papers consist of versions of her
illustrations, manuscripts, and personal documents. The papers have been divided into ten series: Correspondence, Administrative Files,
Hadar and the Colonel, Other Works, Audio and Visual Media Materials, Born Digital Materials, and Original Artwork.
Donna Barr, an accomplished artist and prolific writer, was born in Everett, Washington in 1952, and began drawing as a child
in 1954. She served in the United States Army from 1970-73, and received a bachelors' degree in German from Ohio State University
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of the copyright holder(s), which must also be obtained in order to publish. Materials from our collections are made available
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This collection is open for research. All of the Audio and Visual Media Materials represented in the papers and the Born
Digital Materials in Series 9 are restricted for access. Please contact Robert Ray, Head of Special Collections and University
Archives at email@example.com for user copies.